The AZ Women’s Conference was a dream that came true. There were no conferences that had such varied topics and that were open to all women. Working with an energized group of women with like-minded values we formed a committee and started the 1st AZ Women’s Conference. The purpose of the conference is to bring all women together to share their passions, ideas, struggles, and successes.
Being able to keep the cost extremely low, thanks to the generosity of many sponsors, the women’s conference was born. We have grown over the years and added things as we have moved forward. We are on our third year of recognizing a Woman of Vision, we have wonderful entertainment to open the conference, workshops with professionals from around the valley, and some even come in out of state, who will Inform and Inspire you. We hope all of this will Ignite you to go out into your world and make it a better place for yourself, your family and your community. All done with volunteers who care about making this conference successful and open to everyone. We hope you will join us for our 7th Annual Event and make it even better.
~Carol Comito, Founder & Chair
The goal of the conference – to bring Women from all walks of life together to share their passions, ideas, struggles and successes
Explore, learn and shop with our vendors who will be onsite offering a variety of temptations. Additionally, many non-profit sector organizations supporting women and families will be onsite.
Chief Sylvia Moir joined the Tempe Police Department as the Chief in March 2016.
A California native, Chief Moir has 29 years of local police experience. Her vast experience provided her a comprehensive perspective on the rewards and challenges of modern policing in integrated and progressive communities.
Chief Moir was the Chief of the El Cerrito Police Department from 2010 until her appointment as the Police Chief in Tempe, Arizona. In El Cerrito, Chief Moir strengthened the tactical and operational readiness of the department, enhanced training efforts to include Fair and Impartial Policing, Mindfulness in policing, launched intelligence and analytic functions for crime suppression, and initiated regional efforts in a variety of areas.
Chief Moir has been a facilitator and trainer for in-service and basic academy recruits in a variety of operational and administrative disciplines for over two decades. She was appointed by California Governor Jerry Brown to the Commission on California Peace Officer Standards and Training for two terms, and she served on the Executive Committee for the California Police Chiefs Association. She is currently an Executive Fellow for the Police Foundation, on the Community Policing Committee of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, an advisor for the American Law Institute, and on the Law Enforcement Council for the U.S. Humane Society.
Welcome from SCC
2018 WOMAN OF VISION AWARD Download Nomination Form
Welcome Introduction – AZWC Chair
Chief Sylvia Moir
Lunch Break & Vendor Exhibits